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Friday, August 14, 2009

HAIR KLIPPER BAG



Hair Klipper Bag



PATTERN BY SYEDA IFFAT SULTANA:


I used scrap yarn for this bag. You can make this in one color.

MATERIALS:

Any type of yarn

Crochet Hook Size: 4.50 mm OR 5 mm

ABBREVIATION:

ch(s) = chain(s)
dc = double crochet
rep = repeat
sl st(s) = slip stich(s)
sc = single crochet
sp = space
st(s) = stich(es)

INSTRUCTIONS:

Ch 37.

Row 1: 3dc in 4th ch from hook, skip 3 chs, sc in next ch( 4th ch), ch 3, 3dc in next ch, rep to end, sc in last ch, turn.( 7 sets of, 3 chs and 3 dc shell).

Row 2: ch 4, 3dc in 4th ch, sc in next ch3 sp, 3dc in same sp, rep to end.

Row 3 to Row 40: rep Row 2. Cut yarn and weave in.

SIDES OF BAG(make 2):


Ch 17.

Row 1: 3 dc in 4th ch from hook, skip 3 ch, sc in next ch( 4th ch), 3 dc in next ch, rep to end, sc in last ch, turn( 3 sets of , 3 chs and 3 dc shell).
Row 2: ch 4, 3 dc in 4th ch, sc in next ch 3 sp, 3 dc in same sp, rep to end.
Row 4 to 15: rep Row 2. Cut yarn and weave in.

Join sides with sl st or sew. Right side faceing you.

Count 15 rows and pin up the side pice (from starting point)on 16th row and through row 21( now you can see that the one side is larger than the other side and these
sides shll be join with the side pice). Pin up both sides and pin up the 2nd pice on the other side of the main pice.

( Now work on the right side faceing you )

Join yarn with sl st on the one side of side pice, ch 1 and sc from one side to the end of the 1st pice. Join the 2nd pice same as the 1st pice.
Join yarn with sl st, ch 1, sc around the top of bag and sides of bag, join with sl st in ch 1. Ch 1 an sc in same st, ch 3, skip 3 sc , sc in next st, rep all around the top of bag and both sides of bag, sl st in ch 1. Ch 1, sc, 3dc, sc in ch 3, (sc, 3dc, sc) in every ch 3 sp, sl st in ch 1. Cut yarn and weave in.
Make a loop at the middle of the top for button , join with sl st, ch 15, sl st in 1st ch to make a ring, sl st in evey ch and sl st in the begning sl st, cut yarn and weave in. Sew a button.

Feel free to ask any help you need in this pattern.



Copyright Notice: This pattern is © 2009 by Syeda Iffat Sultana. All rights reserved. Do not make copies of this pattern or any portion of this pattern, electronic or paper, for any person other than yourself, whether for free or for sale.

© 2009 by Syeda Iffat Sultana. All rights reserved.






2 comments:

skhan said...

Assalam o Alaikum, its so cute, I'm going to try it inshaAllah. Thanks for the pattern.

Beverooni said...

This would be a handy little bag for lots of things. I like that you can use up your scraps on it.

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